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    By: Michael Asher

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    ISBN
    9780007141562
    Date Released
    Binding
    Paperback
    Pages
    384
    Dimensions
    153 x 234mm

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    Another dramatic, contemporary novel from the author of 'Rare Earth'.

    Morocco, 1943: 14-year-old Billy Sterling regains consciousness to find himself alone in the desert. Beside him is the wreckage of a light aircraft and the corpse of the pilot. Terrified, Billy soon realises that he is utterly stranded, alone in a vast and hostile wilderness. He does not see the human eyes watching him from a distance.

    London, 1950: George Bridger Sterling is still experiencing profound anguish over the disappearance of his son, who hasn't been seen for seven years. His terrible feeling of guilt allows him to persist in the belief that Billy is still alive. Then George is contacted by a mysterious stranger who claims to be the co-pilot of the crashed plane, and who has information that could lead to Billy - for a price.

    Travelling to a vast, dangerous desert, accompanied only by a man he barely knows, let alone trusts, Sterling must retrace the vague footsteps left nearly a decade before. But why was the plane anywhere near the Western Sahara? And why are they not the only people interested in what was on board?
    ISBN:
    9780007141562
    Publication Date:
    01 / 02 / 2004
    Pages:
    384
    Dimensions:
    153 x 234mm

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